Administrative Divisions

Mailing Address: 560 West St. Brockton, MA 02301

(for all divisions and stations)

Office of Chief Michael F. Williams
560 West St.

Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Phone: 508-588-0585
Fax: 508-588-0863
Email: fire@cobma.us


Fire Prevention Bureau
Fire Investigation

52 Pleasant St.
Hours: 7 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
Phone: 508-583-2933
Fax: 508-584-3416


Training Division
Safety Division

42 Pleasant St.
Hours: 7 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
Phone: 508-583-4422
Fax: 508-559-2489


Public Education

42 Pleasant St.
Hours: 7 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
Phone: 508-583-4422
Fax: 508-587-0648


 

Signal Division

52 Pleasant St.
Hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
Phone: 508-583-2323
Fax: 508-584-3416
 


Mechanic

305 Crescent St.
Hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
Phone: 508-583-2323
Fax: 508-427-6903


Fire Alarm

52 Pleasant St.
Hours: 24/7
Phone: 508-583-2323
Fax: 508-584-3416
 


 

Station and Apparatus Photos

The six stations of the Brockton Fire Department utilize a range of apparatus to protect our diverse community.

Station Locations

Fire Station #1

Central
42 Pleasant St.

Fire Station #2

Campello
945 Main St.

Fire Station #3

Montello
916 North Main St.

Fire Station #4

East Side
305 Crescent St.

Fire Station #6

West Side
540 West St.

Fire Station #7

Cary Hill
605 North Cary St.

Resources

Employment as a Firefighter

Do you have a calling to become a firefighter? Learn how true heroes become Massachusetts firefighters here.

Apply Now for the Firefighter Civil Service Exam

Permits and Regulations

From simple permits for outdoor burning to detailed instructions about how to properly install carbon monoxide detectors, find links and resources here. . .

BFD Permits & Regulations

Brockton Fire Department History

From "Bucket Brigades" to our present day ISO Class 1 Department, discover the rich history of the Brockton Fire Department here. . .

Brockton Fire Department History

Helpful Information

Here are some quick links to frequently requested information:

Outdoor Burning Permit

Building Numbering Guidelines

Policy 18 - Door Locks COI Inspections

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Regulations for 1 and 2 family's built prior to 1975

For more detailed information and printable forms, please visit our Permits and Regulations

Arson Watch

The Arson Watch Reward Program offers a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the prosecution of those responsible for an Arson fire.

Arson Watch

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Attention Real Estate professionals and new homeowners - The Brockton Fire Department - Fire Prevention Bureau will begin smoke detector and carbon monoxide inspections required for the sale of a residential building beginning July 7, 2020. The inspections were suspended on March 20, 2020 due to the Covid-19 virus. All future sales will require this certificate as well as any property that passed papers between March 20, 2020 and July 6, 2020. To schedule an appointment please call 508-583-2933 and follow the prompts. You may also send a request to firepreventionstaff@cobma.us supplying the address, number of units, your name and phone number, and your anticipated closing date. ...

Attention Real Estate professionals and new homeowners - The Brockton Fire Department - Fire Prevention Bureau will begin smoke detector and carbon monoxide inspections required for the sale of a residential building beginning July 7, 2020. The inspections were suspended on March 20, 2020 due to the Covid-19 virus. All future sales will require this certificate as well as any property that passed papers between March 20, 2020 and July 6, 2020. To schedule an appointment please call 508-583-2933 and follow the prompts. You may also send a request to firepreventionstaff@cobma.us supplying the address, number of units, your name and phone number, and your anticipated closing date.

Brockton Fire was notified yesterday of a gas leak, caused by a foundation collapse on a house in the city. It is believed that the collapse was caused by the basement being dug out to increase the height of the ceiling. If this is done without proper engineering and workmanship, the foundation becomes undermined. Water, Sewer, Gas, and Electric were terminated to the building. The building will not be habitable for months. This is the second time in a month BFD has shut a house down to to this dangerous condition. A permit for this type of work is required. Do not attempt to do this without a permit and engineering. ...

Brockton Fire was notified yesterday of a gas leak, caused by a foundation collapse on a house in the city. It is believed that the collapse was caused by the basement being dug out  to increase the height of the ceiling. If this is done without proper engineering and workmanship, the foundation becomes undermined. Water, Sewer, Gas, and Electric were terminated to the building. The building will not be habitable for months. This is the second time in a month BFD has shut a house down to to this dangerous condition. A permit for this type of work is required. Do not attempt to do this without a permit and engineering.Image attachmentImage attachment

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😳 yikes, someone lost their home for good.

Crazy what some people will do

Please use professionals

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